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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STORE OF QUALITY. -Anything and everything in- Cbinawarc -a no- fancy Crockery What \vp "haven't Rot. we've not coming CMiVtntion Call ~~ IVaHefc and Labor Congress of Canada. o the Officers nml Monitors of the Trades ami Ivilwr Councils, Nnt  �ional Trade Unions, Federal t4ibor Unions and International, Local Trade Unions in the Dominion of Canada-- �RBETIX(1: Bellow Labor .Unionists und mothers || Tho Tvmty-third Annual Soeslon Nelson ber 10th, 1907. nd will continue in Session from day to day until the business of the Convention has been completed Lust yeur, notwithstanding thefnet hat the convention was held in the xtrcmc West of Canada, namely, at Victoria, the convention, both in I point of numJiers and enthusiasm, ex-jltiUod anything In the history of or-g�nl)ed labor in C.aoadu. With the convention in Winnipeg, the future capital of the British Empire, and fairly accessible, !d And every town has them.-Cranbrook ilcrnld. MISS L. A. SCOTT it doting out the remainder of her spring tloek of Millinery at reduced prices. At the City Bakery Stand. Opposite the Tire Hall. General JTeaming. When yon require your gnnlena ploughed, your ym\a cleaned tip, scllnra dug, or any other teaming done, SEE US, or phone 201, or hop a post onrd in the office, your order will rocciveotir prompt attention. COAL must be paid for in deli very. Residence and stable east of the barracks. \VM. TAYLOB, Lethbrklgo POUND. One mule, no visible brand. Owner may have snme by proving property and paying expenses. Apply LINK'S RANCHE. "12 Mile" Coulee. I HOWELL MAURIS TALKS KALo. HUE Tho Calgary lk>ard of Trade has ! Iwen securing opinions from various Hody cannot afford to I* unrepivsent |authorHtal ^r^g th, best home ; ' ., . i. Ift,r government *Aiflalo herd. , While the organisation of the work- jHmvo, mnin o( u heard in the consideration of all these great questions. to something refreshing'for dinner or' J^f 'rt;v" pa"*?d;'"ring1,t^; ,ttf for a cooling beverage on a warm day 1*"^,�* f-'^immt. is a pleasing anticipation, especially,"" wcl,," .^T T?T\ y n wheiVitisa bottlinrof pure sp.�rk.l "rio"s I'^ineia. l^isiatun-s. w,. ling Alberta's Pride right from the att"M ,,W)1C" r""Ui r"r ;"""�"��> ioe The athletic �irl or man who T,u w ^ �' 1.M? u>sl neetlsa tonic and bracer should try ,,h,,,*,,t l,he wurW �' ,nbor, LethbridKe b�fr. to "' >�""� �� Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Company, Ltd. more marked. Matters affecting the every-ilay life of the toller will be thr , W(|!, nMnk |hc Mtromc ,|m|l subject of discussion on each day of i, |holr rnngt> jfl ,h)I lnountain rtlree-*'ie convention. iiihI the importance , ,on � wouU, SUffg,.st thftt onv oi tlie prairie reserves such as the Dlack feel or Itlocxl would 4>c suitable, for these are in the region which was their natural stamping ground. "I deeply rcgivttrd to see the first part of this herd taken where they were as the buffalo never rnngixl in the locality. Swampy la mis they always avoided, and 1 fear the experi-| meflt of placing them there will lie a , ! failure, as 1 do not believe it is a ( | range at all suitable tot he prairie i i buffalo. j See P. O. Box 97 Phono 75 We are the only exclusive Hardware in Lethbridge Biq Reductions -tN- FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE hotel Dallas! WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS Stock Saddles Farm Harness, Concord Harness, Straps, etc., always on hand. We can guarantee you complete satisfaction. (Successors to Horner & Hutchinson) legates arc on hand. One of the most important questions to cumo before the convention will be the policy of the: Congress towards immigration- The advent of thousands of immigrants, and the i promise of thousands more. !have I brought the immigration question to j ) the forefront, and today it ranks as ' one of the most difficult problems confronting organized labor, affecting Ins it does, our wages, our hours of labor,' in faot every condition that surrounds us in the sale of our labor As every Province has its own problems in this regard, every Province should be well represented at the Convention. So too, the reports of the Provin-jclul Executives as to the progress of the polHIcul action, determined upon 1 at the Victoria Convention, will be of great and enduring interest. The movements and utteramvs of tho ru-preseniatlvvh of the Liberal and Con-Isorvatlvo purties Indicate very clear-~ ly that we wnll haw a General ISIec-lion for the Dominion Parliament in 1006. This means that the Winnipeg Convention of tho Annual Parliament of Labor will ha tlie only chancothat jthe representatives of labor, through \ $itheir Dominion Legislativu Labor Body. u�ill have of reviewing the I work done by the Provincial Kxecu  jtlves with respect to Independent Itolitical Action and taking suchsteps as they deem necessary to complete ^iils work. Therefore, it Is of |sira-mount importance that at least every jQ'rndes and Ijibor Council, from I Halifax in the lOust to Victoria in (the West, should lie represented by he vi-r> best men. l>on't be content lo say that there ill Is* enough th�ro wKhout you. Ml'ST HAVE tlRBV U\ST YEAR'S j STOCKS. M. Calder. superintendent of public works, for the provincial government returned yesterday from a trip through Southern Alberta. Mr. Colder reports that he saw in the vie- ; inity of lethbridge hundreds of acres | of wheat which was ready for the j reaper, and he saw forty acres of wht�at in the stook about six miles north of l�>thbrhlge. Tho crops in Southern Alberta are the best he has seen in any country.- Calgary Herald. ^ ^ ^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^.^__^^^^^^^^^^IIHAm Have your own delegato present.   -ww-ww" , - ~ ^*w-m--w-w - ~ - I'J'his is the growing Unit', uml organ I/jnI liilnir prooesslon. It Is useless for you to nv�.Mgh against unjust laws, or tho UiMluxl* ( thij employers, uiiIcsk you ,do your |Hirt in passing upon the (ivays und means to ljetter yourself. Oh Botel Jlrlinflton FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$1.50 A DAY LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA s.vTrnnAv saiimath pbbaite. i Rev S. W. �un��)le. the Salaiath Rest Kvnngvllst, haR Iwen lecturing in Alberta and It. C. He gave six daily lecturo* before tlw U.C. Methodist Confi-rence at Vernon, Oknnagan Valley. A Rev. Mr. Young of the 7th Day Adventiwt Fuith. chollengod ; him to furnish oven a- single text of scripture authority for tho ohser  ance of the lord's Pu.\, claiming to ofler a reward ot $1,000 for such. Mr. 0am4)lc offered to accept tho chullenge if he would put up the II,- 000 and himael/ paid over into a referee's hands $50 of his own as a counter challenge. The contest took place at Silver Creek, B.C., but the $X,O00 was not produced. Nowrthe -less Mr (iambic met Mr. Young in iWmte on six successive nights for the hcncilt of the community lioforw a deeply interested audtesce, many of whom were log drivers who came many miles in wot clothaa to hear 1 the dolwte. We have been sen^a !�**--must keep up wlth"lhe|�er signoil by tin chairman of the niK'tinfcs ami a score of other representative citizens who heard the da-Uvte throughout testifying that Mr. G. mado good all his points to their saitilsfaction. These Saturday Ice Cream Freezers Screen Doors -AND- Refrigerators Call and see these special bargains. The Central Hardware Store G. L. VROOMAN solution from tho genurul I^it>or | observers aro moot oasidious prose-Movement not only weakens ymnovvn 1 lytl'ers, and are trying hard to gain rguiiizatlon but holps to destroy the ' n footing in tho far West. No ono is Moiviwnt itself. I tiotter. able to mfiwt and defeat them o:o:c. xop:o:o:o:o:o:o�:oTo:o:o:o^ ROYAL * HOTEL TABER, ALTA. Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors Rates $1.SO and $2.00 per Day Yours faithfully, AL. VERV1LLE, M. P.. President, Montreal JAMES SIMPSON, Vice-Fres., Toronto. P M. DRAPER, Sec.-Treas., Ottawa �� � j on their own ground than Mr. Gamble. Notice good BARGAINS IN FARM PROPERTY A GOOD I will mail you free, to prove merit, samples of tny Dr. Snoop's Restorative, and my Hook on either l)ysi*p�ln, The Heart or The Kid -noys. Troubles of th� stomach Free, for Catarrh, just to prove !tnu Hmrt or th� Kidnoys, merit, a Trial size Box of Dr. aro mcroly symptoms of a Shoop's Catarrh Remwly. Urt, me Uappor ailment. Don't make the corn-send it now. It is a snow-white, 'mon error of treating symptoms on-creamy, healing antiseptic balm, ljy. Symptom treatment is treating containing such healing ingredients jnc result of your ailment, and not as o'l Eucalijrtus, Thymol, Menthol'the cause. Weak Stomach nerves- etc., It gives instant and lasting re- the inside norvea-mean Stomach lii-f to Catarrh of the nose and .voaknoss, always. And the Heart, throat. Make tho free test and hoc I tt11i .1 'Pio^oioxi.o.o'oToxxo o o;o> ';o:o.oir)V^r^oTOToio:o:o:o,D^^ Wo have wonted onougii Hovers on the graves of a thousand dead to have carried joy to the hearts of a million Mvlng. If- wo nro sick we do not want any neighbors tiptoeing in und whispering in a sepulchral tone: "0, doesn't he look bad!" cm ami will accomplish. Address Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. Large jars 50 cents. Sold by All Dealers. The greutor a man grows tho big  ger tho target ho ofiors for tho shafts of envy. ; \. | Did you ever hear of much trouble in a family where the mother kept the cookie Jar always full and within reach of the children heso nerves, and you inevitably haw-weak vital organs. Hera is where Jlr. Shoop's Restorative has made Its fame. No othor remedy overclaims to treat the "inside nerves." Also or bloating, biliousness, bad breath or complexion, use Dr. Shoop's Itoatorativo. Write me to-�iay for ample and (roe hook. Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. The Jtostor�tlv� i� mid by All Dealer*. Is what you are looking for. Then we are the people for you to have a little talk with, for we have on our lists several very excellent bargains in Farm properties. Maps and pamphlets giving full information about the Lethbridge district of Sunny Southern Alberta sent free on application. Eakin